One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
Cedarville's campus

Frequently Asked Questions

Girls Basketball Camp

What type of dorm supervision will be provided?

Camp staff provide supervision in each section of the residence hall. The staff are available to offer guidance and direction to each camper.

What is the number permissible in a residence hall room?

Only 2 campers per room. Campers are only in their rooms for sleep time. All rooms hold only 2 people.

How are roommates decided for campers?

We do our best to honor roommate requests (campers have to request each other to be roomed together) first, then we try to group ages together.

Are campers busy all day long?

The schedule for camp is rigorous but also allows for time to relax and get to know other campers. A typical day will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 9 p.m.

Can my child bring a bicycle, electronic games or a CD player?

We strongly discourage this. Campers have a full schedule each day, and these items are not needed. These items can also be easily misplaced.

Can my child call home?

Yes, campers are more than welcome to bring their cell phones to camp.

My child is involved in summer sports and will have games during camp week. May my child leave for those games?

Yes, but a counselor needs to be informed at the beginning of the week when these games will take place and again before the camper leaves.

Are there times when I can come to see my child participate?

Yes, you are welcome to watch as much of the camp as you would like.

Should my child bring money?

A camp bank will be available on registration day. All money should be put into the camp bank. A concession is provided each day for snacks, pizza, team merchandise, etc.

Still have questions?

Call 937-766-3050 or email us.